There were two reports of an alcohol-fueled disturbance on Central Avenue in Greenwood at 2:15 a.m.
A mischief report at 2:30 a.m. indicated three or four youth were out with flashlights in Aylesford.
At 3 a.m., someone was trespassing on a back lawn in Kingston.
There was another complaint about the homeless man in Berwick talking to himself.
A dog was left in a car in Berwick. Police found the windows down.
Off-road vehicles were being problematic on Coldbrook roads at 3 p.m.
A shoplifter was spotted stealing dog food in New Minas.
Cows were found on the road in Lakeville on Oct. 4, 5 and Oct. 7.
Five family relations calls came in. One of them concerned an out of control seven-year-old.
Nine mental health calls came in. Four of them related to one woman who was off her medication. In Wolfville, a strange woman entered a Prospect Street apartment, used the bathroom and lit a cigarette off the stove.
There were 19 driving complaints, including two cases of road rage. After two reports from South Berwick of an impaired driver, police located the driver and he was not inebriated.
A shoplifting incident in Coldbrook is being investigated.
Some mischief was perpetrated in Auburn over a land issue.
The licence plate on a van was stolen from Black Rock.
A driver was unable to pay for gas pumped at Casey’s Corner. He’d been evicted, too.
There was an assault involving an 18-year-old female in Canning.
A vehicle stolen from the Windsor area was recovered in a field near Kingston.
A homeless man was causing a disturbance in downtown Berwick. He received a warning.
A 2006 Yamaha ATV was stolen from an unlocked shed in Welsford.
A complaint of threats came in from Baxter’s Harbour.
A fraud was reported that allegedly occurred in Ontario.
Some suspicious people were spotted near a Coldbrook gas bar at 1:33 a.m.
Police responded to a medical emergency after a woman in her 80s fell at 2:30 a.m.
There was a request for a well being check at 4 a.m. from South Berwick. All was well. Later, there was another request from North’s Corner.
Rain at 7:50 a.m. caused a single vehicle crash on Victoria Road atop Aylesford Mountain.
An abandoned building was damaged and broken into in Aylesford.
A bike was found in a South Berwick ditch.
A 30-year-old man was arrested for obstructing and striking a police officer, who was assisting Family and Children’s Services.
A backpack was reported stolen in Greenwich.
A suspicious vehicle was noted near a bus stop in New Minas.
Some concern was registered about a pit bull dog in Cambridge.
Two men on ATVs, one packing a gun strapped to his back, were reported at a New Minas gas station at 9:18 p.m.
An inebriated man in his 50s was reported for only partially paying a taxi driver after he was driven to a bar in Greenwood. He was arrested after 11:30 p.m. and jailed for intoxication, but he did pay his full taxi fare.
There were two collisions in New Minas.